Kershaw® Leek Folding Knives
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Featuring Kershaw's SpeedSafe ambidextrous opening system for smooth, easy opening by both right- and left-handed users, the Leek Folding Knife offers Ken Onion's distinctive design with a 410 stainless steel handle with titanium oxide coating and a Sandvik 13C26 stainless steel blade. The Safety Tip Lock ensures the blade stays securely inside the handle until the user releases it. Blade length: 3''. Closed length: 4''. Weight: 3.1 oz. Made in USA.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by DUCKHUNTER1986 Awesome
This Knife is awesome. I have owned multiple kershaw knives before and this one is another great choice from them. I highly recommend any leek model offered by Kershaw. Super sharp, beautiful design, slim, lightweight and made in the USA wht else could you ask for in an EDC knife.
June 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by davidrobert Good Eough For Gibbs
Mine is the serrated model which I've owned for about 5 years. In fact where the blade meets the handle when the knife is open it says Oct 08. I was watching NCIS one night and they showed a closeup of Gibbs knife. Lo and behold it was identical to mine. You could even see the "Kershaw" on the handle. Easiest opening knife I have ever used outside of an push button stiletto. The blade is so sharp when you get it that you could give yourself a shave.
February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by DEM113 Best Knife, ever
Bought the Leek, by Kershaw, and fell in love with it.
Fits great in my pocket, can't tell that it's there.
Easy open with one hand. I adjusted (Flipped) the pocket clip to what I'm used to. FANTASTIC Knife
If you're looking for a Assisted open, light weight, easy to use knife. Look at the Leek by Kershaw
January 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by EECABLE BEST PURCHASE EVER
I RECEIVED THE VEST ON TIME BUT I ORDERED THE WRONG SIZE. I HAVE NOW RETURNED IT & WAITING ON NEW ONE TO ARRIVE. EXCELLENT SERVICE. THANKS
December 18, 2013
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